fewyearsnow (2018-2019)

Views: 238     User Since: 07/18/19

Application Information

F - Fee Waiver, A - Attending, W - Withdrawn, D - Deferred
Law School Status Type $$$ Sent Received Complete Decision Updated
George Mason University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 16 days
University of Miami graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 29 days
Fordham University graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 29 days
University of California Los Angeles graph Intend to Apply -- -- -- -- 29 days
Brooklyn Law School F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
University of Florida F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
University of California Davis F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
Florida International University F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
Indiana University Bloomington F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
Washington University in St Louis F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
Washington and Lee University F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
Baylor University F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
Stetson University graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
Hofstra University F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month
Rutgers Law School F graph Rejected -- -- -- -- 1 month

Applicant Information

144
3.55
3.55
Montclair State University
Political Science
N/A out of N/A

Demographic Information

N/A
New Jersey
Black
Female
Yes
1-2 Years

Extra Curricular Information

- 3 LORs (2 from professors/1 from employer)
- Legal Assistant position at a top tier firm after undergrad (over 2 years of employment)
- Undergraduate Internship with NJ Office of the Attorney General
- Pi Sigma Alpha Inductee
- Student Conduct Panelist
- Political Science Club Member
- Speak Arabic fluently

ADDITIONAL INFO & UPDATES

Aware that I have a very weak LSAT. I applied to all schools in the Summer which definitely didn't help my chances of getting accepted. Will not be reapplying to any of these schools. Registered to take October 2019 LSAT.

Attended LSAC Forum in DC 7/20

Visitor Comments

  • Thursday, July 18 2019 at 04:10 PM

I wouldn't necessarily rule out these schools for next fall. If you can boost your LSAT substantially in October and apply early, depending on your final LSAT score and solid GPA, these schools may be in reach! It really depends on your LSAT score and when you apply. If everything else is solid, you'll have a decent shot at many schools. Good luck!

- momof4
  • Thursday, July 18 2019 at 05:26 PM

Momof4, thank you so much for commenting and providing your thoughts! Much appreciated. I agree with you, I definitely need to boost my LSAT and apply early in the cycle. My aim for the October LSAT is at least a 155. I'll try my best to keep my profile updated. Wishing you the very best of luck!

- fewyearsnow
  • LSAT
  • Friday, July 19 2019 at 01:13 PM

Completely agree with momof4, you have a strong GPA and great softs. If you can increase by at least 15 points I think you can get into more than half of the rejected schools. I'm taking the September test so GOOD LUCK! I advise looking at the subreddit's regarding law school advise.

- sarkhanNYLAW
  • LSAT
  • Friday, July 19 2019 at 02:31 PM

SarkhanNYLAW, thanks for the advice! I can definitely gain acceptance to some of the schools that rejected me with a 15 point jump. September is right around the corner, good luck to you as well. How are you prepping for the LSAT? I've take Manhattan Prep but it wasn't that helpful.

- fewyearsnow

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